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a week, somebody is here doing something. and i think -- i think at times they don't even realize the importance of the things they do. in the platoon, but i'm pretty sure that the parents of the fallen soldiers that we lay to rest greatly appreciate it. ♪ ♪ every morning before they roll out, ideally, the guy, we like to have a lot of eyes on things because some things can get missed along the way. that is our final check before they roll out. and the biggest thing about horses and the type of horses we have is that they differ in size. so each horse has to be adjusted the right way inside the harness. and that is the biggest thing, if the horse is not comfortable in the harness, it's hard for him to concentrate on what we want him to do. we try to make the horse as comfortable as he can, and not have something pinching him or too tight or too loose and when it's time to break, they can break, and when it's time to pull, they can pull. we check them day in and day out. every moment while they're in the cemetery, we make adjustments to make sure everything is properly adjusted
in egypt and amsterdam. the idea is to have copies in other places so that we don't have the fate of burning and disappearing. it has been my idea to try to take advantage of this change that we can actually store things online and make them broadly available. it was always in the air. the promise of having the library of congress on your desk forever. it was like why don't we just go and build that? it has been a long journey and then building some of the computers and systems that became the worldwide web. the early days trying to get this open structure to work and building the 1996 archive. by archiving the worldwide web, television, music, movies. and now, we digitizing 1,000 books a day and making them publicly available. my name is jesse bell. i'm the coordinator here at the san francisco scanning center for internet archive. we have 33 scanning locations and this is one of them in which we were working on digitizing books, microfilm and also regular film. we have three main steps and we have our first to create a web page for each item. we have our second step which is the
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